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Alexandre Daigle  Canada Open print friendly window (pop-up)

Birthyear: 1975-02-07 Birthplace:Montréal, QC, CAN
Age: 39 Nation: Canada
Position: C Shoots: L
Height: 183 cm / 6'0" Weight: 88 kg / 194 lbs
Status: Retired
Drafted: 1993 round 1 #1 overall by Ottawa Senators



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 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM +/-      Postseas. GP G A TP PIM +/- 
 1990-91 Laurentides Vikings QMAAA 42 50 6011098 | Playoffs 13 5 91423  
 1991-92 Victoriaville Tigres QMJHL 66 35 7511063 |            
 1992-93 Victoriaville Tigres QMJHL 53 45 9213785 | Playoffs 6 5 6114  
  Canada U20 WJC-20 7 0 6627 |            
 1993-94 Ottawa Senators NHL 84 20 315140 -45 |            
 1994-95 Victoriaville Tigres QMJHL 18 14 203416 8 |            
  Ottawa Senators NHL 47 16 213714 -22 |            
  Canada U20 WJC-20 7 2 8104 |            
 1995-96 Ottawa Senators NHL 50 5 121724 -30 |            
 1996-97 Ottawa Senators NHL 82 26 255133 -33 | Playoffs 7 0 002 -5 
 1997-98 Ottawa Senators NHL 38 7 9168 -7 |            
  Philadelphia Flyers NHL 37 9 17266 -1 | Playoffs 5 0 220
 1998-99 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 31 3 252 -1 |            
  Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 32 6 6122 -12 |            
 1999-00 New York Rangers NHL 58 8 182623 -5 |            
  Hartford Wolf Pack AHL 16 6 13194 4 |            
 2000-01 Did not play |            
 2001-02 Did not play |            
 2002-03 Pittsburgh Penguins NHL 33 4 378 -10 |            
  Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins AHL 40 9 293818 -10 | Playoffs 4 0 110
 2003-04 Minnesota Wild  NHL 78 20 315114 -4 |            
 2004-05 Forward NLB 0 0 000 | Playoffs 2 1 120  
 2005-06 Minnesota Wild NHL 46 5 232812 -6 |            
  Manchester Monarchs AHL 16 6 8144 -7 | Playoffs 7 4 7116
 2006-07 Davos NLA 44 22 396144 | Playoffs 18 4 9136  
 2007-08 Davos NLA 45 13 304359 | Playoffs 12 6 5112  
 2008-09 Davos NLA 44 9 23328 | Playoffs 10 1 232  
 2009-10 Davos NLA 4 2 242 |            
  Gottéron NLA 2 0 220 |            
  Langnau NLA 25 7 17240 | Relegation 9 2 6814  
 
 Tournament Statistics
 2006-07 Davos Spengler Cup 5 2 350 |            
 2007-08 Davos ECC 2 1 010 |            
  Davos Spengler Cup 4 1 342 |            
 2008-09 Davos Spengler Cup 2 0 002 |            




   GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/-     GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/- 
  Regular Season   Postseason
  AHL: 72 21 50 71 0.99 26  -13  | 11 4 8 12 1.09
  ECC: 2 1 0 1 0.50 |    
  NHL: 616 129 198 327 0.53 186  -176  | 12 0 2 2 0.17 -5 
  NLA: 164 53 113 166 1.01 113  | 49 13 22 35 0.71 24 
  NLB: 0 0 0 0 - | 2 1 1 2 1.00
  QMAAA: 42 50 60 110 2.62 98  | 13 5 9 14 1.08 23 
  QMJHL: 137 94 187 281 2.05 164  | 6 5 6 11 1.83
  Spengler Cup: 11 3 6 9 0.82 |    
  WJC-20: 14 2 14 16 1.14 31  |    




Season Awards by season
1991-1992 CHL All-Rookie Team
  CHL Rookie of the Year
  QMJHL Offensive Rookie of the Year "Michel Bergeron Trophy"
  QMJHL Rookie of the Year
  QMJHL Second All-Star Team
1992-1993 CHL Top Draft Prospect Award
  QMJHL Best Professional Prospect "Mike Bossy Trophy"
  QMJHL First All-Star Team
  U20 WJC Gold Medal
1993-1994 NHL Rookie of the Month (October)
1994-1995 U20 WJC Gold Medal
1999-2000 AHL Player of the Week (Oct. 17)
2002-2003 AHL Player of the Week (Jan. 19)
2006-2007 NLA Champion (Davos)
2008-2009 NLA Champion (Davos)
 Awards by league
- AHL Player of the Week 99/00, 02/03
- CHL All-Rookie Team 91/92
- CHL Rookie of the Year 91/92
- CHL Top Draft Prospect Award 92/93
- NHL Rookie of the Month 93/94
- NLA Champion 06/07, 08/09
- QMJHL Best Professional Prospect "Mike Bossy Trophy" 92/93
- QMJHL First All-Star Team 92/93
- QMJHL Offensive Rookie of the Year "Michel Bergeron Trophy" 91/92
- QMJHL Rookie of the Year 91/92
- QMJHL Second All-Star Team 91/92
- U20 WJC Gold Medal 92/93, 94/95



 
- Drafted 1991, round 1 #1 overall by Victoriaville Tigres in the QMJHL Entry Draft
 
Career transactions
- 2010-03-23 • Contract with Davos reduced by two-years
- 2006-12 • Signed to a three-year contract extension by Davos
- 2006-05-13 • Signed to a two-year contract by Davos
- 2006-03-04 • Placed on waivers by the Minnesota Wild
- 2005-07-29 • Re-signed to a one-year contract by the Minnesota Wild
- 2005-02-05 • Signed to a lock-out contract by Forward
- 2004-06-30 • Re-signed to a one-year contract by the Minnesota Wild (Team Option)
- 2003-09-30 • Signed to a one-year contract by the Minnesota Wild
- 2003-09-05 • Invited to training camp by the Minnesota Wild
- 2002-10-04 • Signed to a one-year contract by the Pittsburgh Penguins
- 2002-08-13 • Invited to training camp by the Pittsburgh Penguins
- 1999-10-03 • Traded from the Tampa Bay Lightning to the New York Rangers for future considerations
- 1999-01-29 • Traded from the Edmonton Oilers to the Tampa Bay Lightning for Alexander Selivanov
- 1999-01-29 • Traded from the Philadelphia Flyers to the Edmonton Oilers for Andrei Kovalenko
- 1998-01-17 • Traded from the Ottawa Senators to the Philadelphia Flyers for Pat Falloon, Vaclav Prospal and a 2nd round draft pick in 1998 NHL Entry Draft (Chris Bala)
- 1993-06-26 • Signed to a five-year contract by the Ottawa Senators

Career assignments
- 2009-10-23 • Loaned to Langnau by Davos
- 2009-10-16 • Loaned to Gottéron by Davos
- 2006-03-13 • Assigned to the Manchester Monarchs (AHL) by the Minnesota Wild
- 2006-03-08 • Assigned to the Houston Aeros (AHL) by the Minnesota Wild
- 2002-12-28 • Assigned to the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins (AHL) by the Pittsburgh Penguins
- 1999-10-06 • Assigned to the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL) by the New York Rangers

Bio
Alexandre Daigle enjoyed a stellar career in the major juniors. His skills and offensive production did not go unnoticed and the Montréal native was selected as the first overall pick in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft by the Ottawa Senators.

After the draft, Daigle was signed to a $12.25 million, five-year contract by the Ottawa Senators. The contract was considered controversial at the time as it awarded a lucrative contract to an unproven player. Entry level player contract lenght and compensation became regulated by the league in 1995.

Daigle played nearly five seasons with the Ottawa Senators, racking up a good number of goals and assists. However, the team expected more of the first round pick, especially when fellow Senators Daniel Alfredsson and Alexei Yashin were performing better on the scoreboard than he was. Daigle strugged in his final season with the Senators and as a result, in January 1998 he was traded to the Philadelphia Flyers for Pat Falloon, Vaclav Prospal and a 2nd round draft pick in 1998 NHL Entry Draft (Chris Bala).

Daigle's was unable to elevate his game in his new surroundings in Philadelphia and the Flyers traded him to the Edmonton Oilers for Andrei Kovalenko. Oilers opted not to retain his services and traded him to the Tampa Bay Lightning for Alexander Selivanov. He spent the remainder of the season in Tampa, only to be traded to the New York Rangers for future considerations before the following season. The change of scenery did not lead to the revitalization of his game and the previously highly touted player retired at the age of 25 citing lack of motivation.

In 2002 Daigle returned to hockey and attended the Pittsburgh Penguins training camp. His good efforts led the Penguins to award him a contract. However, during the season he found himself demoted to the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins of the AHL. In 2003 Daigle signed with the Minnesota Wild. During the 2003-04 season his production went up considerably and by the end of the season he was tied with his previous point record.

After the 2004-05 NHL lockout, Daigle returned to play with the Wild. However, he was unable to replicate his previous good season with the team and once more he was sent to the AHL. In May 2006 he signed a multi-year contract with Davos and spent the rest of his career in Switzerland.